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In Brunswick Sports
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27
?Brunswick County Parks and Recreation Men's Basketball
League at Shallotte Middle School: Rockets vs. Sonics, 7
p.m.; Igloo I reezc vs. Young Guns. 8:15 p.m.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
JNorth Brunswick hosts Fairmont in high school basketball.
South Brunswick hosts West Brunswick in high school
basketball, 5 p.m.
MONDAY, MARCH 2
JBrunswick County Parks and Recreation Men's Basketball
League at Shallotte Middle School: Sonics vs. Igloo
I-reeze, 7 p.m.; Warriors vs. Rockets. 8: 15 p.m.
TUESDAY, MARCH 3
?Brunswick County Parks and Recreation Co-ed Volleyball
League at Shallotte Middle School: Roberto's Pizza vs.
Richard Jones Construction. 7 p.m.: Kari's Team vs.
Gene's Body Shop. 7:50 p.m.; Brunswick Community
College vs. Rita's Team, 8:40 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4
?Brunswick County Parks and Recreation Men's Basketball
League at Shallotte Middle School: Turntables vs. Rockets,
7 p.m.: Sonics vs. Brew Crew, 8:15 p.m.
This week's listings include events reported to the Beacon. To list a
sporting activity call 754-6890 or write to Doug Rutter, The Brunswick
Beacon. P.O. Box 2558, Shallotte. N.C. 2K459. I
Local High School
History In Hoops
West Brunswick versus South Brunswick.
The cross-county rivalry has been brewing for years on the local high
school sporting scene.
The Trojans and Cougars have waged w ar in football, basketball, base
ball, tennis and even soccer tins past '
Never before, though, have the
two county schools been so competi
tive in girls' basketball.
After tying for second place in
the Waceamaw 2-A Conference last
year, the Lady Cougars and l.adv
Trojans have dominated the league
South Brunswick entered this ,
week's play sporting an unblemished 12-0 conference record.
West Brunswick carried a 10-2 conference mark into the final week of
the regular season.
South Brunswick was leading the conference, while the Lady Trojans
were lied with Whiteville for second place in the league.
The final standings arc still up in the air. But South Brunswick's girls
certainly have the inside track to the conference championship.
The l-ady Cougars will have to go through the Waccamaw's best this
week to finish the regular season at 14-0.
They had a Tuesday night date with the Lady Woifpack in Wniieviiic
and will finish the league slate with a home game against West Brunswick
Local high school girls' basketball has come a long way the last couple
of years with Mike Iscnbcrg coaching at South Brunswick and Brenda
Council at the West Brunswick helm.
Just two short seasons ago, the Lady Trojans were 7-7 and South
Brunswick finished with a 4-10 confcrcnce record. The two county teams
won just live league games between them in 1989.
On Friday night, they'll baule for the county championship and possi
bly much more. For South Brunswick, a perfect season or the conference ti
tle will be on the line.
South Brunswick's gym will undoubtedly be packed tomorrow night
when the potent Cougars face the struggling Trojans in boys' basketball.
But most tans will miss the best game of the night if they don't get to
the gym early to sec the girls play.
Shrine Bowl Sticks
Shrine Bowl officials decided last week to stick with the traditional
date for the annual all-star football game between high school seniors from
North and South Carolina.
South Carolina's High School Football Coaches Association had asked
that the date be changed from the second weekend in December to the third
weekend for two reasons.
First of all, the coaches wanted it changed because North Carolina
holds its lour state championship games the second weekend in December.
That usually means that some of the lop Tarheel seniors don't get to
showcase their talents in the Shrine Bowl.
West Brunswick's Jimmy Grissett, for instance, turned down his Shrine
Bowl invitation last year in order to play with the Trojans in ihe state 2-A
South Carolina coachcs also wanted the Shrine Bowl dale changed so
they could hold iheir annual North-South All-Star Game in Myrtle Beach
the second weekend in December.
Ihe request for the new dale was turned down, which apparently suits
most North Carolina coachcs just line. The N.C. High Schix>l Fool ball
Coachcs Association hail asked thai the Shrine Bowl stick with the tradi
Ihey apparently feel that adding yet another week to an already
lengthy lootball season would do more harm than good. They're probably
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ei?ag THE BRUNSWICK BEACON
North's Jones Leads County At State Tourney
BY hoik; ruttkr
North Brunswick's Rtxldie Jones
made ihc hest showing of ihc 12
county high school wrestlers who
competed in ihc state 1 A/2- A tour
nameni over the weekend in
Jones, county wrestler ol ihc year
last season, won lour of his five
matches on Friday and Saturday to
finish third in the 112-pound weight
The North Brunswick senior was
named 10 the all-state team along
with teammate Keith Bullock, who
placed fourth in the I2f> pound divi
Scorpion Coach Mike Dumas said
ii was the second consecutive year
that Jones was named to the all-state
team. He finished second in the stale
at 103 pounds last year.
Jones pinned Joe Randall of New
ton-Conover and Brian Leller ol
North Slanly in his first two matchcs
before losing a 3-2 decision to Ritz
Etter of Albemarle for his only lose
of the tournament.
Jones came back in the consola
tion round to win a decision over
Robert Martin of Thomasvilie. He
pinned Dale Allen ol Dixon in the
In the 125-pound division. Bul
lock pinned Jason Connelly of
Owen in his first match, bui then
lost to Russell Walker of West
In the consolation round. Bullock
pinned Jodie Collins of East David
son and Scott Pendill of Manteo.
He also decisioned Bcnjy Hayes
of Mount Airy before losing a deci
sion to Mark Sullivan of Northwest
North Brunswick's Brian Cook
finished seventh in the 119-pound
weight class, losing his linal match
NEWS FROM THF I ANF^
McLeod Bowls 577 Series
Wanda McLeod bowled 194, 178
and 205 for the women's high
scratch series of 577 in this week's
Sunday Night Mixed League at
Brunswick Bowling Center in Shal
Fayc Hagler rolled the next high
est game and series among the
women with a 203 game and 5 1 5 sc
Top male bowlers this week in
cluded Jim Hagler with a 533 series,
Travis Downer with 518 and Gerry
Simoni with 502.
David Gregory rolled a 192 lor
the men's high game. Jonathan Mc
Lco<l rolled 191 and Gerry Simoni
The "Emerald Adventures" rolled
the high team handicap game of
860. "Slip N & Slide N" hail the
high scratch game with 690, high
scratch series with 1,890 and high
handicap series with 2,394.
Audrey Rcdwinc rolled a 197 for
the women's high game in the Wixxl
men of the World League last Friday
ai Brunswick Bowling Center.
Other women rolling high games
included Betty Hewctl with 194 and
Ginny An/clone with 184.
David Banish had the high men's
game with 237. Other high rollers
were James Hcweu, 214; Steve
Reynolds, 213; Waddell Evans, 213;
and Bob Flucgci, 205.
Redwine also rolled the women's
high scratch series with 498.
Anzelone bowled a 481 scratch sc
ries, and Hcwctt rolled 469.
Bowling high scratch scries
among the men were Barush, 597;
Waddell Evans, 591; Hcweu, 570;
Reynolds, 536; Dick An izelonc, 527;
and Flucgci, 523.
Redwine rol loci a 648 for the
women's high handicap series. Hcw
ctt bowled a 601 handicap series.
Barush led the men with a high
handicap scries of 711. Other high
scores were Hcwctt, 654; Evans,
651; Huegel, 646; Reynolds, 638;
Ron Hernandez, 631; Roy Lewis,
630; Rick Joyner. 616; and John
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Dumas said North Brunswick's
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"For a freshman, I really think he
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West Brunswick, which won the
county championship and finished
fourth at the Fast Regionals last
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Senior Gary Jones placed ninth in
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The three other Trojan wrestlers
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They were Drew Johnson at 103
pounds, Eric Audreis at 145 pounds
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Coach J (ic Noble said the touma
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South Brunswick Coach Jix'
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"They all went beyond where I
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said. "The all won at least one match
at states which is the goal we set lor
their first time there."
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